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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    @infinitybrain, you could try downloading 2.49 from this site:

    http://www.blender.org/download/get-blender/

    just unpack to /usr/local/blender and run the binary from that directory.

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    Cool Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    Quote Originally Posted by caddict View Post
    @infinitybrain, you could try downloading 2.49 from this site:

    http://www.blender.org/download/get-blender/

    just unpack to /usr/local/blender and run the binary from that directory.
    Yo, news flash! Blender.org provides 32 and 64 bit binaries (.deb) for months now.

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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    Quote Originally Posted by vinutux View Post
    Blender from karmic repos is version 2.49a v.2.5 still under active development...
    well... thanks for that... i must have misunderstood something while downloading blender 2.5.. -.-*
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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    In Karmic, Python doesn't need to be compiled. Just install it from the repository:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install python3 python3-dev

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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    Quote Originally Posted by skkeeper View Post
    Blender
    Paste and save the following:
    Code:
    WITH_BF_FFMPEG = 'true'
    BF_FFMPEG_LIB = 'avformat avcodec avutil xvidcore ogg faac faad x264 mp3lame vorbis theora vorbisenc swscale avdevice'
    WITH_BF_OPENAL = 'true'
    WITH_BF_GAMEENGINE='true'
    WITH_BF_FFTW3 = 'true'
    WITH_BF_PLAYER='false'
    WITH_BF_VERSE='false'
    WITH_BF_YAFRAY='false'
    BF_PYTHON_VERSION = '3.1'
    WITH_BF_JACK = 'true'
    Namaste
    I do not have any option I can find to save this code.
    I have went back and checked that I have all python installed and dependencies.
    When running scons, it terminates because of errors.
    [/home/a2z/blenderSource/build/linux2/bin/blender] Error 1
    help please.

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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    Good post, thanks for sharing......

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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    OK,

    I am a little confused and have some questions. For the sake of staying on top of new trends but still learning where it all came from, I want to install both Blender 2.49b, and Blender 2.5 Alpha 2 on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. With that said, I believe I have done so successfully and installed both. For Blender 2.49b, I installed that using the Synaptic Package Manager, and basically runs by me going to the Terminal and, typing:

    Code:
    blender
    Blender 2.49b then launches successfully confirming that it was compiled using Python 2.6.5.

    Now, for Blender 2.5 Alpha 2, which I learned that I downloaded the binary for and not the source,I untarred the binary to it into a
    source
    file in my home directory. I go to the Terminal and have to type:

    Code:
    source ~/.bash_profile
    then I type:

    Code:
    echo $PATH
    and then the result of that is as I anticipated:

    home/myhomefolder/source/blender-2.5-alpha2-linux-glibc27-i686:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games
    And finally, I just type:

    Code:
    blender
    and then I get:

    found bundled python: /home/myhomefolder/source/blender-2.5-alpha2-linux-glibc27-i686/.blender/python
    Blender 2.5 Alpha2 launches, confirming that it compiled with a bundled Python.,,which in actuality is Python3.1.

    In detail to do this,
    Basically, I created a .bash_profile file which consists of the path to the binary of Blender 2.5 Alpha2 and placed it in my home directory. And, within that file, I simply typed:

    export PATH="/home/myhomefolder/source/blender-2.5-alpha2-linux-glibc27-i686:${PATH}"
    My questions are as follow:
    1) Do I have to type:

    Code:
    source ~/.bash_profile
    echo $PATH
    then

    Code:
    blender
    each time I want to launch Blender 2.5 Alpha2 from the Terminal instead of Blender 2.49b?
    Or is there a better alternative to running both Blender 2.5 Alpha2 and Blender 2.49b?


    Any insights and help on this would be greatly appreciated. I am confident there is more than one way to get this done.

    Best Regards,

    freesparks

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    Talking Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    Works great! I installed Blender 2.54 on Ubuntu 10.10 beta without a hitch. One note, one of the packages is wrong. It's not libxvidcore4-dev, it's libxvidcore-dev. That can be confusing because the one without -dev has the 4.

    Thanks!

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    Re: HOWTO: Compile Blender 2.5 SVN

    i get errors while compiling blender.
    The main problem i face is 'pthread.h not found'

    How do i resolve this.

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